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‘Please just let her come home to her mummy’: Desperate mother’s global appeal for safe return of five-year-old daughter who was snatched by father in Egypt.
By Eleanor Harding for the Daily Mail 11:11 GMT 25 Jan 2013, updated 11:03 GMT 26 Jan 2013.
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‘Please just let her come home to her mummy’: Desperate mother’s global appeal for safe return of five-year-old daughter who was snatched by father in Egypt.
Naomi Button has not seen daughter Elsa since she was abducted by ex Tamer Salama over Christmas 2011 Father currently in prison for refusing to reveal girl’s whereabouts.
A distraught mother has made an international appeal for the return of her five-year-old daughter who was snatched in Egypt.
Naomi Button, 39, has not seen Elsa since she was abducted by her father during a holiday over a year ago.
Her estranged Egyptian husband Tamer Salama, 35, is in prison in Britain for refusing to say where he has hidden the little girl.
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Miss Button, a banking consultant, suspects she is living in Egypt with members of Salama’s family.
High Court judges allowed her to speak about the case for the first time yesterday to appeal for information on her daughter’s whereabouts.
‘I can’t describe what life been like since she was taken,’ Miss Button said. ‘The worst times are when I wake up in the middle of the night. I worry that she’s crying for me, I wonder that she thinks I just left her. I don’t know what she’s been told. I don’t know if she thinks I don’t want her and I just left her in Egypt.
‘The one thing I knew when I got on that plane [home from Egypt] without her is no matter what it took, no matter how long it took, I would find Elsa and she would find her life as it was. She found it very difficult being away from me for any length of time. I know that she wants to be back home with mummy and I hope that they do the right thing.’
Elsa disappeared on December 27, 2011, after her parents, who had separated, took her on holiday to Sharm el-Sheikh to visit Salama’s family. Salama sneaked her out of their apartment and texted Miss Button to demand she sign a contract giving up all parental responsibilities.
Miss Button went to the British Embassy and the local police for help but was forced to return to the UK to get legal advice. Meanwhile, Salama also returned to England, where he had been training in Southampton to be a teacher.
He was detained by police and in January last year was jailed for contempt of court as he refused to reveal where he is hiding his daughter. Last week, his continued silence saw him sentenced to a further 12 months in prison.
Miss Button has been back to Egypt four times to look for Elsa, who will celebrate her sixth birthday next Saturday. She has kept her daughter’s bedroom as she left it, with her unopened Christmas presents still by the fireplace.
‘To snatch Elsa away from me was the cruellest thing anyone could do,’ she said. ‘For me, the difficulty is the emptiness of the house. waking up in the morning and expecting to hear her.’
Miss Button, a consultant at Yorkshire Building Society, met Salama when he was working at an international school in Sharm el-Sheikh in 2005. The couple married in Egypt in 2006 and moved to England in 2007 following Elsa’s birth.
They separated in 2009 but continued to live together in the family home in Leeds for Elsa’s sake until Salama began a teacher training degree in August 2010.
Miss Button agreed in 2011 to go on holiday with him to Egypt so Elsa could see her grandparents.
While they were there, she asked him to consider a divorce and admitted she had struck up a relationship with an ex-boyfriend. Furious, Salama tried to make her give up Elsa by accusing her of adultery – a criminal offence in Egypt.
Miss Button has been prevented from talking about the case until now because Elsa was made a ward of court, meaning her identity could not be revealed.
Kate Banerjee of Jones Myers LLP, the lawyers acting for Miss Button, said: ‘Elsa is without the love and care of either a mother or father in a country where she doesn’t speak the language or understand the culture. We appeal to anyone who knows Elsa’s whereabouts to just pick up the phone and help us return this little girl to her mother.’
Egyptian teacher who took his daughter, ten, from her English mother five years ago tells a judge the schoolgirl is now 3,500 miles from the UK and beyond his control.

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